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Fixed this error in Continua CI: Build ErrorUnable to start build – No changesets found in repository: [FastMM-jeroenp]

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/09/18

Recently I got an error like this in Continua CI:

Build ErrorUnable to start build – No changesets found in repository: [FastMM-jeroenp]

This was about my Git FastMM repository on BitBucket. Which is a Git repository originally gotten through Git SVN (more on that at a later time).

Since it is not an SVN repository, SVN – No changesets found in repository – VSoft Technologies does not apply, but got me closer to the solution

The solution is this

Continua CI Git repositories sets Default Name to master when monitoring All branches or Single Branch.

When you replace master with git-svn everything works fine.

–jeroen

via: SVN – No changesets found in repository – VSoft Technologies

3 Responses to “Fixed this error in Continua CI: Build ErrorUnable to start build – No changesets found in repository: [FastMM-jeroenp]”

  1. wxz said

    hi Jeroen,

    Have you tried using FastMM on FireMonkey projects? I managed to use it for VCL projects in full debug mode, with some false positive memory leak reports. For FireMonkey projects, FastMM runs ok with full debug mode turned off. However, once I turn on the full debug mode, it raises an access violation error at address with 0x80 pattern (as described in FastMM FAQ). Looks like the FireMonkey framework is doing something that FastMM does not approve. Any idea how to fix this?

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